I've always loved fantasy. I think I'm not the only one. Here are a few things others have said about these books.
"The sorcery is in the writing, conjuring visions of fields and woods,
lakes, mountains, rural manors and massive strongholds,
the views glimpsed
in medieval paintings,
haunted by the monstrous creatures
Jan Mark in The Guardian
"These are the strangest novels I've come across since William Morris's
fairytales; gripping yet dreamlike, frustrating yet
Amanda Craig in The Times
The Cup of the World is
about a young woman whose runaway marriage becomes tangled in
treachery and danger.
The Widow and the King is a dark
adventure story about her son Ambrose, hunted by ghostly enemies through a wasted land.
The Fatal Child is the third and last in the
series. Ambrose reluctantly takes up his role as King of a land that is healing, but that cannot throw off the shadows of its past.